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Baltic and Institute second lecture of this series
The Baltic Exchange and Institute of Chartered Shipbrokers
present a series of lectures in Shanghai, Hong
Kong, Singapore, Piraeus and London; intended to support and
develop those working in chartering and operations.
Taking place every other month and including lunch where
appropriate, lectures are free to employees at Baltic and Institute
members. The series is aimed at supporting those developing careers
in shipping and encouraging better advocacy across a future
generation of industry leaders and is supported by all the major
broking houses and a wide cross-section of principals.
13 Nov: London - 13:00-14:00 Talk by Tony
Foster, CIO of Marine capital.
Tony will talk in London on 13 November on: "Shipping
Finance, how asset owners and others with exposure to freight
rates raise capital today, how does it affect an owner's chartering
decisions as well as related streams; why are we seeing an
increasing number of charterer- owner JVs and what motivates these
Exchange, 38 St Mary Axe, London EC3A 8BH
For further details and to book: Please send
the RSVPs to email@example.com
13 Nov: Shanghai - 13:00-14:30 (lunch starts at
12:30) Talk by Steven JIA, Executive Director of
Augustus Maritime Co. Limited.
HKUST MBA / SMU International Shipping Management Bachelor.
Since 2011 as Augustus Maritime Co., Limited Executive Director in
charge of Shipping Business. APOL Deputy Secretary General / Far
East Dry Bulk Index Committee Member. With 18 years of shipping
experiences and 5 years of FFA/Fuel Futures Trading
42, Shanghai Tower, 501 Yincheng Middle Road, Pudong,
Further details: Please send the RSVPs to firstname.lastname@example.org or
contact with Sarah Wang at +86 21 60399282 for enquiry and
3 Dec: Piraeus - 18:30 ''The 2020 IMO Sulphur
Regulations. What to know''
Talk by Evangelos Catsampas, Partner, Watson
Farley & Williams LLP
Evangelos has 20 years of experience in shipping
litigation/dispute resolution (charterparty, bill of lading,
shipbuilding contract and MOA disputes), maritime casualties,
general commercial litigation/dispute resolution and
(non-contentious) contract drafting. He has a diverse practice,
working for shipowners, charterers, cargo traders, bunker traders,
P&I Clubs and Hull & Machinery insurers.'
Greek Branch, 1 Platonos str., Piraeus, Greece
Further details: For any details and to book,
please contact the Branch: +302104125945
27 Nov: Singapore 12:15
pm - 2:00 pm Talk by Kenneth Ng, Director of
Digital Services at the Singapore Exchange (SGX). Kenneth will look
at the basics of FFAs and how they can be used to manage shipping
market volatility and risk.
Kenneth has held various portfolios in commodities and
derivatives units covering product development, management and
12:15 - 13:00 Light food and drinks, networking and
13:00 - 14:00 Kenneth will cover the basics of FFA, followed
by short Q&A
This event is complimentary for all Baltic and ICS
members to attend on a first-come, first-serve basis. All others
will need to pay a fee of SGD 100 to attend.
Venue: SGX Auditorium, 2
Shenton Way, Singapore
4 Dec: Hong Kong, 12:30pm-1:00pm Light Lunch, 1:00pm to
Panel Discussion: "Freight
Exposure: Physical & Derivatives Hedging and managing
Capt Rajiv Tetarbe, FICS - Chellaram Shipping HK
Ricky Yip, FICS - Asia Marine Pacific
Tom Ford, Clarksons
Jagmeet Makkar, FICS
Venue & Lunch: Hill Dickinson (Venue &
Hong Kong Office, Lippo Centre Tower 2, Room 3205, 32nd Floor,
89, Queensway, Admiralty, Hong Kong
To book your seat please contact us via email with all your
Free for Members and Company members.
Non Members cost
£100 London/SG$100 Singapore/¥500 Shanghai/€100 Athens
Please register by email to: email@example.com
30 Park Street London SE1 9EQ, +44 (0) 20 7357 9722, firstname.lastname@example.org